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|... showing its hand as an emerging asset class with two large investors closing a deal with the Australian National University (ANU) this week. ANU has awarded both the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) and New Zealand-based infrastructure investor ...|
|... the sort of thing we're also trying to do, in other words, make residential experience a key part of more students' lives." ANU currently supports 68 Tuckwell Scholars at various stages of their undergraduate degrees. The scholarships hold a value of ...|
|... that the debate and public perception around the issue has significantly shifted since the Australian National University (ANU) caused national outrage when it decided to pull $16 million from resources companies. Since then, Local Government Super (LGS) ...|
|... like this and from Frydenberg is they show how little some people learned from last year's hysterical campaign against the ANU Investment Fund over its $16 million divestment from some of the fossil fuel intensive companies in its portfolio. But Transfield ...|
|... "stranglehold" the mining industry has over Australia's political system presents challenges from a local perspective: "When the ANU announced it was divesting $16 million from mining stocks - it wasn't a huge amount, but the negative reaction we saw ...|
|... these types of strategies to date has been political rather than financial," they wrote. PWC highlighted the example of the ANU Investment Fund divestment that occurred in October last year when only $16 million was divested from seven stocks. "But it ...|
|... fund to divest $16 million away from fossil fuels unleashed a political storm and a relentless media campaign even though the ANU fund only divested about 1% of its portfolio and was only doing what many larger Australian pension were already doing. ...|
|... "stupid" decision. The Australian Financial Review gave the issue particular prominence, taking a heavily critical stance on the ANU's action. Liberal Party grandees Malcolm Fraser and John Hewson, however, supported the ANU's right to divest. Why the ...|
|... to appear in The Australian Financial Review on Friday. It is a response to criticism from companies and politicians of the ANU's decision to divest from seven resources companies. The statement reads: "We are investors and business people who have never ...|
|... cabinet these days on the issue of climate change, which I find offensive and bizarre." Hewson's comments come the day after ANU Vice Chancellor Ian Young wrote an article in the Canberra Times defending the decision to divest from seven resources companies ...|
In another first for Pinnacle Investment Management this week, the firm has set up a North American-based affiliate in a small-cap equities fund manager.
The $65 billion industry superannuation fund has welcomed a head of investment product and communications who has previously held roles with MLC Asset Management and BlackRock.
Mirae Asset Global Investments has appointed Citi Australia as its provider of custody and fund administration services for its Australian funds management business.
The Retirement Income Covenant's introduction to parliament yesterday has been welcomed by major industry bodies.
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